Revolutionizing Medicare Advantage: Alivi’s Tech-Driven Approach

January 10, 2024
Brian Urban


In the latest Healthcare Rethink podcast by FinThrive, host Brian Urban delves into the transformative impact of FinTech on Medicare Advantage with Alivi CEO Magdiel Rodriguez. The episode highlights Rodriguez’s journey from the FinTech sector to healthcare, underscoring the potential for cross-industry innovation in enhancing Medicare Advantage plans. The duo discuss the integration of technology in healthcare, focusing on personalized, tech-driven solutions for supplemental benefits. This insightful conversation reveals how Alivi is shaping the future of healthcare services, making them more accessible and effective for members.

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